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Sometimes it just takes a little while getting used to a new home. When the Houston Astros™ moved into their new ballpark – now Minute Maid Park™ – in 2000, their three-year run as National League™ Central Division champions abruptly ended. But then the Astros™ qualified for the Postseason™ three times in a five-year span and advanced to the World Series® in 2005. The club began play in the NL™ in 1962 and moved into the Astrodome™ in 1965. Among their standout players in the 1960s and '70s were Jimmy Wynn, Rusty Staub, Joe Morgan, Cesar Cedeno, Bob Watson, Larry Dierker, Mike Cuellar, Don Wilson, Joe Niekro and J.R. Richard. In 1978, Richard became the first right-handed NL pitcher to strike out 300 in a season (303), and the following year he fanned a league-best 313 while crafting a 2.71 ERA. In 1986, Houston earned its second division title as Mike Scott claimed the Cy Young Award with 18 wins and league bests in ERA (2.22) and strikeouts (306). Providing the offense were Glenn Davis (31 HR, 101 RBI) and Kevin Bass (.486 slugging average). With Jeff Bagwell belting 43 homers, Craig Biggio scoring 146 runs and Darryl Kile winning 19 games, the Astros™ won the division crown in 1997 for rookie manager Dierker, who'd been the franchise’s first 20-game winner in 1969. A club record-102 wins followed in 1998 and a third consecutive division crown came in 1999, but Houston could not win a Postseason™ series despite Ken Caminiti's three homers and eight RBI in the 1999 NLDS™ loss. In 2005, the Astros™ advanced to the World Series® on the strength of third baseman Morgan Ensberg (36 HR, 101 RBI), right fielder Jason Lane (26 HR, 78 RBI), first baseman Lance Berkman (24 HR, 82 RBI), second baseman Biggio (26 HR, 69 RBI), and pitchers Roy Oswalt (20-12) and Brad Lidge (42 saves), but were swept by the Chicago White Sox™. The Astros™ switched to the American League™ in 2013, qualified for the Postseason™ in 2015 (losing in a Division Series™) and captured the AL™ West Division title in 2017 with a 101-61 record. Houston then defeated the Boston Red Sox™ in a Division Series™, outlasted the New York Yankees™ in the ALCS™ and edged the Los Angeles Dodgers™ in a seven-game World Series® for the franchise’s first championship.

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Major League Baseball Stadium Infield Dirt Coin Collection
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